‘Content’ Category Archive

3 Reasons You Should Consider a TV Fast

My kid is OBSESSED with the TV remote. If he even sees it, it’s over. He will get to the remote as fast as he can and try to turn on the TV. If we take it away, he completely loses it in a full on tantrum. Most of us do not show our love for TV quite like as intensely as my one year old, but we do start and finish each day with… … Continue reading

Christy Wright Teaches Us True Work-Life Balance

Life balance seems impossible. That’s why I was so intrigued when Author Christy Wright said she had found the key. But instead of telling us to do everything for an equal amount of time, Christy says to do the right thing at the right time. In her new book “Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance” she reveals how a tiny bit of intentionality can transform our lives! Truly, her tips have… … Continue reading

Photo Op: Betty Goes All Matrix

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones and tell him the story behind it. Which photo do you like the best?       Betty – I bet you didn’t know I had these kind of moves huh? While visiting Washington State, my friend tried to take a panorama photo with her phone and I moved. It gave us both a big laugh but also… … Continue reading

Encouragement For a Struggling Parent

I could see the defiance in his eyes. A total meltdown was coming. We were half a mile from our house, which was the furthest my son had ever walked with his toy walker. He was delighted with every step, but when it was time to go home I saw fire in his eyes. He defiantly fought me every step until I had to pick him up kicking and streaming and carry him home. He… … Continue reading

Grown-up 9/11 Kid Remembers the Day and Her Dad

As a thirteen year old girl, Francesca DeVito had no idea the heartache that September 11, 2001, would bring.  On this 20th Anniversary of 9/11, we as a nation pause to reflect on that horrific day. But for Francesca it is yet another year to relive the childhood loss of her father, police Lieutenant Robert Cirri, who died saving others when the North Tower collapsed. I have known Francesca for a few years and I… … Continue reading

2,996 Prayers to Remember 2,996 Victims of 9/11

  None of us will ever forget where we were the day the first airplane hit the World Trade Center. That day 20 years ago struck fear in us like we have never known. So many victims. So much loss. However, it also brought out the American spirit in full force. We came together as one and showed what makes American truly great- our rugged optimism. We vowed to not let the victims be forgotten.… … Continue reading

You Can Help Victims of Hurricane Ida

When tragedy happens and our heart’s break for people it’s often hard to know the best way to help. WayFM has partnered with Convoy of Hope, an amazing faith-based, non-profit organization that offers help and hope to communities around the world. Hundreds of thousands are still without power after Hurricane Ida. Many of those affected have limited access to food, water, and hygiene items. Watch the video below to see how Convoy of Hope is… … Continue reading

5 Ways to Help Your Friend with COVID

My family battled COVID almost a year ago now and the worst part was how isolating it felt. I was sick in bed for over a week while my husband who was asymptomatic had to care for our sick son. However, our friends made all the difference by loving us like Jesus. The way they cared for us, even though they could not interact with us still brings me to tears. So if someone you… … Continue reading

Monday School: Do Something

Monday School is Wally’s chance to share what he learned at church and to prove he went.  This week’s discussion: We don’t have to go overseas to be “on mission.” God has us where he wants us and it’s up to us to do something with that knowledge. … Continue reading